A senior BJP leader Devi Singh Bhati and his supporters were accused of thrashing two men and setting their vehicles on fire on the day of Rajasthan Assembly Election, reports a Policeman on Monday.
Devi Singh Bhati is a former Minister in the Rajasthan government. He along with his supporters has accused of thrashing Ganpat Ram and Lakshman Singh on December 7. They have also been alleged for setting the victim’s vehicles on fire, said an official.
Following the violence, two separate complaints were lodged against Mr. Bhati and his supporters on December 8, based on the complaints Rajasthan Police has registered cases.
Other than Mr. Bhati, the cases have mentioned names of more than a dozen BJP members, include Jalam Singh, Vishwajit Singh, Raju Modi, Rakesh Mathur, Udaibhan and Vishnu Joshi.
Vikram Singh, Superintendent of Police of Bajju Police Station said that “acting on the complaint, FIR was registered against the accused and further investigation is on in the matter.”
Rajasthan has gone on the vote for 199-seats, out of the total 200-seats members of assembly on December 7 and the result will be declared on December 11.